Frequently Asked Questions

The International Programme follows the UK’s Cambridge International Education Curriculum, an internationally recognized standard in both primary and secondary education. In the International Programme, children are instructed in English by native English speaking, highly experienced and qualified international teachers.

The Bilingual Programme follows a modified version of the Vietnamese National Curriculum (MOET) with the benefit of receiving half of the learning in English by native English speaking, highly experienced and qualified international teachers. In addition, bilingual students are combined and interacting with international students for all single subjects.

There is no formal entrance exam to register at HAIS for students entering the primary and lower secondary level. However, they will be required to take an English placement test to determine their language level and if they might need additional language support. 

Students entering the upper secondary level will be required to take a formal entrance exam covering the minimum subjects of English, Mathematics, and Science. 

Yes. HAIS provides bus service to and from the Hoi An and Da Nang areas. Each destination will have a common pick up and drop off point. These are HAIS’ private buses, that are only reserved for school use. 

No, HAIS is not a nut free environment. However, full consideration and accommodation are given to all students and staff members with allergy and dietary restrictions. 

Yes. The HAIS canteen is happy to prepare fresh and healthy gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, or other dietary choices or restrictions.

Payments can be made via online, bank transfer, or cash payment directly at our school. Further information can be found on our fees page, or email finance@hais.edu.vn for further consultation.

 
 

Start your application

The first step is to make an enquiry or initial application through our website. By starting the process, you are not committed to continue with your enrolment application. A child’s enrolment is a mutual decision-making process, between families and the school. As places within classes fill quickly each semester, we recommend you submit an initial application so that we can support you with everything you need to make a final decision, well in advance of the beginning of a term.

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